Japanese Scientists Clone Mouse from Dead

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Scientists in Japan say they have cloned a mouse from a body that had been frozen for 16 years.

They borrowed techniques used to fertilize eggs with damaged sperm and cloned healthy eggs with DNA from damaged and frozen mice cells.

The researchers say the process could open the door to many other cloning possibilities.

Theoretically, they say it could even be used to "resurrect" extinct animals.

Source:  CBN News

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